KARACHI - Four people including an activist of Sunni Tehreek were killed in different areas of the metropolis while six more died due to poisonous liquor on Wednesday. An activist of Sunni Tehreek was shot dead near Delhi Darbar Hotel within the limits of Shah Faisal Colony police station. The incident took place at Shah Faisal Colony No 5 near Delhi Darbar Hotel, where 23-year-old Nadeem Qureshi, son of Akram Qureshi, was sitting with his friends. Suddenly some unidentified armed culprits came on motorcycle and opened fire on him. He died on the spot. The body was shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre, where scores of ST workers reached. Police official said that he was the resident of same area where the incident took place. He was an active worker of ST. Initially police termed it a target killing incident but the real motive is yet to be ascertained. ST spokesman condemned the killing of worker. He demanded of the government to arrest the culprits. No case was registered till filing of the report. Meanwhile, six more bodies were brought to JPMC. Four of them including Malik Nazir, 25, Abdul Qadir, 35, Muhammad Saeed, 35, and Muhammad Umar, 35, were the residents of Chanesar Goth while the rest of two namely Samson and Peter were the residents of KMC Compound in Frere Police precincts. They said that 13 more persons, who also consumed toxic liquor, were taken to JPMC in critical condition. The injured were Shan, 25, Aslam, 32, Joseph Masih, 49, Ghulam Akbar, 45, Waheed Bux, 32, Babu, 45, Jahangir, 25, Shahid, 44, Aslam, 40, Rashid, 32, and Maqsood, 30. SP Javed Odho said excessive quantity of methyl killed these persons. He added that the teams were constituted to take the responsible to task. Odho further said that although the police department had received immense complaints that illegal liquor store was running in this area but no action was taken. He further said two teams conducted several raids to arrest the suppliers of poisonous liquor. Sub-Inspector Muhammad Amin of Tipu Sultan Police Station said the police had initiated investigation to nab the supplier of liquor and the raids in this regard were being conducted. He confirmed the deaths of six more persons. A case 213/11 was registered on the complaint of Sub Inspector Amin against Bashir alias Nana, Muhammad Baloch, Irfan alias Jabal, Badshah and others. In another incident, police found a strangulated body of a young man from railway ground near Kala Pul within the limits of Frere police station. The identity of the victim was yet to be ascertained. Police officials said they body was hanging with a grader. The body was shifted to JPMC for medicolegal formalities. Police said he wore brown Shalwar Kameez and appeared to be Bengali-speaking. Later, police moved his body to Edhi Morgue for identification. Separately newly-wed woman committed suicide in her house in Mumtaz Building Show Market in the limits of Nabi Bux police station. The 26-year-old Farah, wife of Shahid Qureshi, took poisonous substance. Her family shifted her to hospital in unconscious condition but she died during treatment. The victim's family alleged that it was not a suicide rather murder case but police said actual condition would be revealed after the post-mortem report. She got married four months back and had some disputes with her in-laws. Moreover, police found a tortured-mark body from Quaidabad ground within the jurisdiction of Shah Latif police station. The victim later identified as Shamsul Haq. He was the resident of Mehmoodabad. SHO Aman Ullah Marwat said he was the dismissed police cop of Punjab Police. After his dismissal he used to live in Karachi. He was also a drug addict. The body was shifted to JPMC for medico-legal formalities, where doctors said he had several torture marks. Later police moved his body to Edhi Morgue. No case was registered till filing of the report.